Thread regarding U.S. Bank layoffs

Cecere doesn't care about people, just numbers. And he's flexing. Time to Unionize.

Under Richard Davis, the Bank was humane. It genuinely cared about its people. Now after a year and a half Cecere is feeling confident enough to flex, and to him, people are just expenses. If he's doing this when times are good, how will he treat employees during a downturn?

There's a climate of fear now, where there used to be collaboration and mutual support in furtherance of a goal. All that has been thrown away, and it's getting worse by the day. Morale is in the pit.

Forming a Union may be the only solution.

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They have branches that literally have 4 people ! Managers worry when employee is going to go on vacation or call in sick. Runaway from this company !

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Agree! They are laying off people who have been with the bank for many years. Morale is tanking and branches are under stress and not adequately staffed.

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